Once during a student’s last four semesters, he or she may opt to take an elective course (excluding clinics) on a Pass/ D or Fail option. It is entirely up to the professor teaching the course whether he or she chooses to make this option available, and if so, may only be up to a maximum of 20% of the class. The Registrar’s Office will determine if more students request the Pass/ D or Fail option than there are seats, which students are permitted to take any course Pass/ D or Fail. No student may take an AWR course using this option if they need AWR certification for the graduation requirement. Courses that are offered with the option of Pass/D or Fail are noted in the schedule of classes enclosed in the registration handbook. The election to take a class Pass/D or Fail must be submitted by the deadline announced in the registration handbook, which is generally prior to the start of classes (or by the last day of the add/drop period). A course that is only offered on a Pass/D or Fail basis shall not count as the "one elective" that may be taken on a Pass/D or Fail basis.
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